Arore challenges Juffa to take matter to court

Ijivitari MP, David Arore
Ijivitari MP, David Arore
The political power struggle between Ijivitari MP, David Arore, and elected Northern Governor, Gary Juffa, is far from over with the former challenging the latter to take the matter to court, Post Courier reports.

Arore, who forcefully ‘removed’ Juffa and appointed himself Governor, maintains he is the elected Northern Governor despite other national leaders saying contrary.

He said the seven local level government presidents who support him want him to maintain the seat until the 2017 elections or until the court makes a ruling.

Arore also distanced the Prime Minister and his PNC party, and Sohe MP, Delilah Gore, from any involvement in the issue. He maintained that it “is purely the politics of Oro (Northern).”

The Ijivitari MP maintains that he is the Governor elect and called on Juffa to test the illegality or legality of the move he made in court.

Meanwhile, Juffa is considering legal action and may file an application in court today. He said anyone trying to recognize Arore as Governor would be liable for legal action. He said, “You see, there’s only one Oro Governor. I am the Governor.”


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